Nicotine free Feellife Chesterfield(cfield) E LIQUID from Tobacco Series By Feellife
An appreciable concentrate on its own as well as in gourmet recipe, which requires a sufficient maturation time.
This flavor contains tobacco absolute and extract.
Capacity: 10ml,15ml, 30ml, 60ml, 120ml
Nicotine Strength: 0mg/g, 8mg/g, 12mg/g, 18mg/g, 24mg/g
Ingredients: Herbal extract/Glycerol/ Propylene glycol/Flavorings/Nicotine
Bottle type: Child proof cap
Package: top-grade plastic package
Certificates: TUV, MSDS, JRFL, ISO, FDA, GMP, SGS
We produce :
Feellife free nicotine Chesterfield(cfield) E LIQUID from tobacco series
Feellife 10ml nicotine Chesterfield(cfield) E LIQUID strength 8mg from tobacco series
Feellife 30ml nicotine Chesterfield(cfield) E LIQUID strength12mg from tobacco series
Feellife 60ml nicotine Chesterfield(cfield) E LIQUID strength 16mg from tobacco series
Feellife 30ml nicotine Chesterfield(cfield) E LIQUID strength 18mg from tobacco series
Feellife 30ml nicotine Chesterfield(cfield) EJUICE strength 24mg from tobacco series
We want to create the best Tobacco Series e-Liquids possible. Here is our classic Tobacco Series Range: the finest, premium quality, all-natural and pharmaceutically approved ingredients. This is the reason why we are known worldwide for our first-class products.
All e-Liquids undergo independent quality control and are GCC and TPD compliant, with many international certificates. Our production line uses only high-quality and environmentally friendly ingredients. In order to encompass the best flavours possible, we obtain from raw fruit extracts and genuine tobacco extracts. The ingredients used in our products promote the precise taste and natural elements which is to define our Silver Label flavours.
Feellife uses only high-quality and environment-friendly ingredients that are free of harmful substances.
Made in China
Molecular technology secures natural extracts
High-quality pharmaceutical grade solvents
Natural flavour extracts
Fully TPD Compliant
Huge range of flavours
Since set up in 2009, FEELLiFE has focused on the research and development and production of e-liquid, rapidly developed into the top global e-liquid OEM manufacturer, providing high-quality e-liquid products for many well-known e-liquid brands all over the world.
With modern international standard factory, pharmaceutical grade dust-free workshop and assembly line, FEELLiFE make sure every bottle of e-liquid to meet the requirements of high quality.
Factory Address: 202 North California Ave, City of Industry CA 91744 U.S.A.
Australia Finally Agrees to Studying Health Impact of E-Cigs
Liberal party MPs have been efforting to overturn the current e-cigarette ban. In Australia the devices are legal, but the use of nicotine-containing refills is not. In August 2016, several public health activists, amongst which the New Nicotine Alliance (NNA), had submitted proposals to local regulator Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA), to remove nicotine concentrations of below 3.6% from the Poisons Standard. However, in February 2017, the TGA rejected the application and upheld the nicotine ban.
Last Tuesday, during a party room meeting, several MPs raised the issue saying that there is widespread support within the government to legalize the nicotine-containing devices. The discussion was triggered by the New South Wales Liberal Trent Zimmerman, who earlier this year chaired a parliamentary inquiry appointed to look into e-cigarette use.
The Parliament’s Health, Aged Care and Sport Committee Chair and federal member for North Sydney, had pointed out that the Committee was divided on what the right regulatory approach in relation to e-cigarettes may be. “This has meant that I have found myself in the unusual position as Chair in authoring a dissenting report which recommends the ‘legalisation’ of e-cigarettes containing nicotine,” said Zimmerman at the time.
“While the evidence base regarding e-cigarettes is still emerging, there are clear indications that e-cigarettes are significantly less harmful to human health than smoking tobacco cigarettes,” he wrote in March, adding, “If long-term smokers who have been unable to quit smoking tobacco cigarettes switch to e-cigarettes, thousands of lives could be saved.”
Zimmerman raised the issue again on Tuesday, and while Hunt opposed the proposed change, and said that he believes it will also be strongly opposed by local health groups, he finally agreed to an independent inquiry, into the scientific evidence about the devices. The research will possibly be undertaken by the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at the Australian National University.
Chicago May Double Taxes on Vaping Products
The proposed policy was introduced by Mayor Rahm Emanuel, and is designed to reduce the use of e-cigarettes amongst young people. Last Wednesday, officials at the Chicago Department of Health were joined by the Chicago Public Schools Chief Health Officer Kenneth Fox and public health advocates at a press conference to discuss the new tax.
Current taxes are of 80 cents per vaping device or container and 55 cents per milliliter of nicotine-containing e-liquid, and according to a review by the Tax Foundation in March they are some of the highest in the country. If the proposed bill had to pass, the tax would go up to $1.50 per device and $1.20 per milliliter.
Chicago Department of Public Health director Julie Morita, said that the danger that the devices pose for youngsters, make the decision easy. “The evidence is anything but clear in terms of the value of the products in terms of helping adults cease the use of tobacco. We’re not willing to sacrifice the future of our children for the potential that these products might help adults give up the habit,” she said.
Can high taxes be counterproductive?
However, in line with previous research, Ball State economist Erik Nesson is questioning whether pricier e-cigarettes may push people back to smoking. “I think this is definitely a concern!” Nesson wrote in an email. “We don’t have a definitive answer on what the health effects of restrictions on e-cigarette use, through bans on their use in certain areas or through tax increases, might be.”
Matt Maloney, the director of health policy at the Chicago-based Respiratory Health Association, supports the proposal, and rejects the idea the tax could be counterproductive. “It’s a reminder that the city and the state have made great strides in terms of reducing tobacco use,” Maloney said.
Consumers may turn to the black market
On the other hand, in line with what many public health experts keep pointing out, data from around the world keep indicating that consumers’ response to raising prices on vaping products or making them unavailable tends to be turning to contraband products.
Such patterns have also been observed in relation to electronic cigarettes, in countries such as the US and Australia, where the products have been banned or over regulated. Many vapers who had been using the products for smoking cessation purposes, grew desperate and resorted to purchasing the products on the black market where they are unregulated, hence possibly highly unsafe.
Post time: Sep-25-2018